Scatter Bang

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Scatter Bang
ばりばりだま
Crackling Ball
Bag None Sprite.png
Scatter Bang
Pokémon Legends: Arceus artwork
Introduced in Generation VIII
Pocket
Generation VIII Bag Items pocket icon.png Items

The Scatter Bang (Japanese: ばりばりだま Crackling Ball) is a type of item introduced in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
LA $500 $125

Effect

If the player has Scatter Bangs in their satchel, they can throw them on the ground near a wild Pokémon. Certain Pokémon will run in the opposite direction of the site of impact.

Description

Games Description
LA When thrown at the ground, these balls produce a loud noise and scare off weak Pokémon in the area, sending them running.
SV When thrown at the ground, these balls produce a loud noise and scare off low-level Pokémon in the area, sending them running.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
LA Veilstone Cape (×5; reward for completing Request 49: "Keep and Eye Out for Aipom!") Crafting: 1 Pop Pod and 1 Caster Fern
Boxes and chests (Cobalt Coastlands, Coronet Highlands)
General store, base camp stores (after completing Request 43: "More New Wares")
Ginkgo Guild cart (×10; randomly sold by Ginter)
Practice field (random balloon minigame reward)

Trivia

  • Scatter Bangs resemble that of Adrenaline Orbs in both looks and function.
    • The Japanese name of the Adrenaline Orb (ビビリだま Scare Orb) states that the item is intended to scare wild Pokémon.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 聲彈 Sīngdáan
Mandarin 聲彈 / 声弹 Shēngdàn
France Flag.png French Sachet Pétarade
Germany Flag.png German Knallkugel
Italy Flag.png Italian Scoppiosfera
South Korea Flag.png Korean 팡팡환 Pangpang Hwan
Spain Flag.png Spanish Bola Ruidosa


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